Carex sprengeliii

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The narrow grassy semi-evergreen leaves of long-beaked sedge gradually spread into large fine-textured clumps.  Plants are punctuated in spring by relatively large nodding spikelets of green flowers that mature to tan seeds with prominent grain-like beaks.  This refined sedge is a great fit for most shade garden situations and styes.

Part to full shade; average to damp soil; 30"x18"; spring; historical RI native; Zone 3

Propagated from seed; deep 3.5-inch pots

Photo: Matt Lavin